Biggest Solar Companies 2023


The top three solar firms on the list of the top ten are JKS, CSIQ, and FSLR.


As the signs of climate change grow clearer, governments, businesses, and individual consumers are increasingly looking for alternative and sustainable forms of energy beyond those that are dependent on fossil fuels. These sources of energy include solar, wind, and geothermal power.

The fact that solar energy and other forms of alternative energy leave behind a far smaller footprint on the environment is the fundamental benefit that they have over traditional forms of energy that rely on fossil fuels.

This is in spite of the fact that solar power and other forms of alternative energy often have a higher upfront cost or need more complicated production processes.

Biggest Solar Companies
Biggest Solar Companies

Businesses who are attempting to profit on the ever-increasing demand for solar energy have met with a great deal of success, although of varying degrees of achievement.

The following is a ranking of the top ten solar companies in terms of their total sales over the last twelve months (TTM).

This list is often constrained such that it only includes firms that are regularly traded on the public markets of the United States or Canada, either directly or via the use of ADRs. These markets may be found in any country.

However, a significant component of the solar business is based outside of those countries and is publicly listed in those countries; as a result, excluding a large number of enterprises would not fairly represent the solar industry.

The American depositary receipts (ADRs) of the four companies on our list are not advised for purchase because of the minimal amount of trading that occurs in each of those markets.

The four businesses under concern today are SMA Solar Technology AG, GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd. (GCPEF), Xinyi Solar Holdings Ltd. (968), and Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd. (YGEHY) (S92).

There is a chance that some multinational corporations only report on a semiannual basis, which would result in even longer lag times.

The overwhelming majority of the statistics were compiled by YCharts, and their most recent update was on September 11, 2020. The only exceptions to this rule are the numbers that were specifically designated as originating from other sources.

The equities below are traded OTC in the U.S. OTC stock trading costs more than exchange trading. This may reduce or negate results.

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